YoungShip Tanzania

YoungShip Tanzania setup in January 2018, we are so proud to be the very first general association to gather young professionals in shipping, maritime and related industry in Tanzania.

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The Future of Maritime Industry in Tanzania

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YoungShip Tanzania is a non-profit organisation that aims to:

  • Promote the Maritime Industry from a Young perspective to a Young perspective within local Entrepreneurs, Schools and Universities.
  • Bring together all the corners of the Maritime Industry within Tanzania and the surrounding areas to promote the people, companies and opportunities that are there.
  • Place mentoring programs between senior professionals with the new generations to help bridge the gaps between the experience leaving the industry and the new professionals entering the industry.
  • Hold workshops dealing with challenges of today to make them opportunities of tomorrow.
  • Promote Young Professionals of Tanzania to the Global Maritime community.
  • Focus on developing the Young generations' knowledge and interest for environmental developments, innovation and entrepreneurship.
  • We welcome members from companies such as ship owners, managers, brokers, operators, financial institutions, insurance, technical- and judicial consultants. our goal is to enhance skills and build both social and professional networks for our members located in or close to Tanzania.
  • As a non-profit organisation, our activities will be primarily financed through support from collaborating businesses, setting up a low-cost yearly membership fee, and sponsorship from maritime businesses.

We welcome anyone working in related industries to join us and help us make the Tanzania and eastern countries maritime industry a powerhouse for generations to come.

News

WORLD CLEANUP DAY- SEPT 15TH 2018

YOUNG SHIP TANZANIA is so excited to be one of the biggest NGO's to host WORLD CLEANUP DAY On 15 September in Tanzania In collaboration with NIPE FAGIO & 4OCEAN. volunteers and partners worldwide will come together to rid our planet of trash – cleaning up litter and mismanaged waste from our beaches, rivers, forests, and streets. World Cleanup Day harnesses the power of everyday people to achieve incredible things by joining together. Its beauty lies in cooperation and collaboration: building bridges between disparate communities, and including all levels of society - from citizens, to business, to government.

World cleanup day | world peace day 21st september

Dear young ship Tanzania members, We would like to invite you on WORLD CLEANUP DAY AND WORLD PEACE DAY on 21st of September at Mbezi Africana, Beach near White sand Hotel. While cleaning up waste, and beautification of the environment are important and essential practices, unless there is a systemic change that leads to the reduction of waste generation, these efforts will be futile. Cleanup activities have to be supported by concrete steps that lead to a drastic reduction in the quantum of waste generated, and we need to ultimately change public mindsets to ensure that the need for cleaning becomes a thing of the past. With the above background, we can focus on a campaign to reduce the waste generation within the member organizations, with a 45-day long rollout, focusing on waste reduction. World Cleanup Day is celebrated on the 21st of September. The first world cleanup day was celebrated on 15th September 2018, wherein 18 million people from over 158 countries took part. Over 88500 tonnes of waste was collected. Members of the YOUNGSHIP TANZANIA also participated in this event last year. This year, the World Clean Up Day coincides with World Peace Day. As per their mission statement, the movement is not solely about cleaning up trash, but about raising global awareness and implementing lasting changes to end the global waste epidemic. Objectives •Encouraging waste reduction within member organizations and urging them to move towards a zero-waste lifestyle •Creating awareness regarding waste generation and related issues •Creating an environment within the organization that encourages reduction in generation of waste as opposed to clean up •Rethinking of organizational priorities to greatly reduce generation of waste •Starting a conversation about needless buying, and consuming products from sustainable brands

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Board members

Frank Kamina

Frank Kamina

Chairman YoungShip Tanzania tanzania@youngship.com
George Mnali

George Mnali

Vice Chairman YoungShip Tanzania
Gregory Mella

Gregory Mella

Secretary YoungShip Tanzania
Julius Nguhula

Julius Nguhula

Shipping Professional adviser & Consultant YoungShip Tanzania
Sebastian Chindandi

Sebastian Chindandi

Head of sponsors and partnership YoungShip Tanzania
Samwel Laban Chubwa

Samwel Laban Chubwa

Head of projects and events YoungShip Tanzania
Raphael Chausi

Raphael Chausi

Information Technology YoungShip Tanzania
Aboubakar Mabira

Aboubakar Mabira

Head of mass communication Youngship Tanzania
James Ngenzi

James Ngenzi

Head of Public relations YoungShip Tanzania